Hello PF, I am currently in an Analog Electronics course that comes with a lab. We use Art of Electronics (AoE) by Horowitz and Hill as our textbook, but after reading through it, I'm starting to feel that it's not as suited for a Physics course as it is for say, an Electrical Engineering course. I like how AoE gives a lot of applications and whatnot for certain circuits, but I would like a book that emphasizes more theory before jumping into examples, and isn't as verbose. My professor said to "learn to love this book" but I don't think I can do that without a supplemental text. Does anyone have good recommendations for a book on Electronics? Thanks in advance.